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INTRODUCTION
EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT
HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES TO DEVELOPMENT
The principles that inform a rights-based approach
ADOPTING A RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH TO EDUCATION
APPLYING A RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH TO POLICY AND PROGRAMMING
Situation assessment and analysis
Assessing capacity for implementation
Programme planning, design and implementation
Monitoring and evaluation
ADDRESSING TENSIONS IN FULFILLING THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Reconciling conflicting agendas for education
Balancing rights and responsibilities of children
Tensions in the implementation of a rights-based approach
CHAPTER A rights-based conceptual framework for education 27
1. THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO EDUCATION
Education throughout all stages of childhood and beyond
Availability and accessibility of education
Equality of opportunity
2. THE RIGHT TO QUALITY EDUCATION
A broad, relevant and inclusive curriculum
Rights-based learning and assessment
A child-friendly, safe and healthy environment
3. THE RIGHT TO RESPECT IN THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Respect for identity
Respect for participation rights
Respect for integrity
A conducive political environment
Rights-based analysis and planning
Disaggregated data collection, monitoring and evaluation
Meaningful intersectoral collaboration
Effective partnerships
ESTABLISHING A ROBUST LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK
• Education as a right for all children
Education as a right for all children
Elimination of discrimination
Minimum standards
Best interests of the child
An inclusive framework
Elimination of child labour
Birth registration
Participation rights
Prohibition of all forms of violence against children
DEVELOPING RIGHTS-BASED EDUCATION POLICIES
Policies to ensure access to education
Policies to provide quality education
Policies to promote respect for human rights in schools
Policies to ensure children’s participation
PARENTS AND OTHER CAREGIVERS
Parental responsibilities
Promoting local awareness
Analysing local barriers
Supporting schools
TEACHERS
Head teachers
Duties of teachers
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS
Collaborating in the provision of education
Mobilizing and capacity-building
THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
Strategies for promoting rights-based education
Issues to address in promoting rights-based education
Declarations, programmes and plans of action
WEB RESOURCES AND INITIATIVES
APPENDIX I: THE HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
APPENDIX II: THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD AND EDUCATION
APPENDIX III: OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL GOALS PERTAINING TO EDUCATION
III Overview of global goals pertaining to education 121
APPENDIX V: WORLD PROGRAMME FOR HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION, PLAN OF ACTION 2005–2007
APPENDIX VI: PRACTICE STANDARDS IN CHILDREN’S PARTICIPATION
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